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Mold Shuts Down 8 Loughman Oaks Elementary School Classrooms, My Cleaning Products Shares Mold Removal Tip How Others Could Prevent Same Problem
Date:1/8/2014

Davenport, FL (PRWEB) January 08, 2014

A mold problem was discovered in Loughman Oaks Elementary School in Florida. And according to a report from theledger.com dated January 06, 2014, it forced the closure of eight of its classrooms. Meanwhile, wanting to help others prevent the same problem, My Cleaning Products gave out a mold removal tip.

The report detailed that the closed classrooms were particularly those of the kindergarten at the school's building seven, My Cleaning Products shared. But besides them, it added that approximately 25 portables were also affected by the spores.

Because of the fungus' presence and the health risks it brings to the health of the teachers and students, it was said in the post that classes in the affected classrooms were temporarily transferred, MCP shared. The portables, it relayed, were also evacuated.

Improper conditioning of the rooms was the identified cause of the problem, which was said to have started in April. To resolve it, a cleaning was scheduled to begin in the morning of January8.

Below is a part of the post Mold Discovered in Loughman Oaks Elementary School by My Cleaning Products.

“Mold brings in a lot of health problems. And the teachers and students of Loughman Oaks Elementary School in Florida experienced a number of them.

The spores in the campus spread in eight of its kindergarten classrooms in building seven, thus, sickening both the staff and the students. Hence, it was decided that they would be shut down for the moment.”

Mold brings minor health problems as allergies, coughing and sneezing, said My Cleaning Products. It stated that it had also been linked to major health issues as lung bleeding and even believed able to cause death in worst cases.

Because of those risks, MCP asserted that is imperative to kill mold as early as possible. But to do that, it said that one would need to have mold removal products.

Nonetheless, of the many sprays particularly for those spores these days, MCP only recommended Molderizer and Safe Shield. It said that being the mold removal sprays specifically formulated for a complete mold treatment, the two makes the process much less expensive than hiring a company to do it.

Moreover, it said that Molderizer and Safe Shield have an edge over all the other mold sprays in the market. It cited that besides being effective as proven by hotels, hospitals and mold removal companies, they are also safe. That's because they are organic-based and present no chemical risks to health, it explained.

To see the products' benefits for themselves, MCP encouraged the public to try them out. It shared that there are Molderizer and Safe Shield Complimentary Samples available for everyone at MyCleaningProducts.com.

Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/mold-removal/01-08-14/prweb11473824.htm.


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